I often get a sense fairly quickly ( when meeting a new person ) if they are more oriented to ( A. ) either seeking or continuing to work with what they already believe to be ANSWERS and ( B. ) people who feel that we may not even be asking the right QUESTIONS yet, and who certainly wish to explore more thoroughly some of those which have already been asked.
In the case of people leaning more towards ( B. ) than ( A. ) they often do not have "easy" answers ( or even complex difficult ones for everything ) and consequently are less likely to "part of a movement" except in the sense that they may be iconoclasts in general. Unfortunately this can often mean a loss of political power and a voice not easily heard/noticed.
I would equate ( A. ) with many aspects of the traditional church and ( B. ) more with this "emerging church", and I hope that the emerging movements ( whether they be church or secular ) are allowed the opportunity to actually blossom into a new renaissance, instead of being squashed by the vast numbers of people who "judge" themselves to be "already complete", as it is undoubtedly much easier ( in many ways ) to opt for the mirages of incumbency, not to discount any real oasis there.